Art by: John Wallin Alexandre Chaudet Dirty Robot Basha Beliaev Alexandra Dvornikova Team Couscous Sarah Kipin JiHun Lee Eve Venture Serge Birault Jakub Rebelka Philipp Kruse Choong Yeol Lee Alexander Beardin Sam Bosma Kelogsloops […]
It’s been said that blues, jazz, and their progeny, which includes rock n roll and hip hop, are the only indigenous American art forms — that is, ones that did not exist earlier somewhere else. […]
Russian artist Maria Zolotukhina.
Some legitimately awesome, highly detailed work by an artist known as “Ascending Storm,” are meant to invoke conscience and consciousness, which of course feels as wide as the sky despite that it all fits in […]
Buried underneath a brick warehouse, and near another that had been into upscale shopping was an enormous spherical chamber made entirely of the heavy industrial steel of a bygone era. Two hemispherical sections were joined […]
Even if you’ve never heard his name, you know the work of American painter and illustrator Eyvind Earle, who not only gave the Disney films of the 1950s their distinctive look but also inaugurated an […]
Le Cadavre (1894) – Felix Vallotton Xteriors VIII (2004) — Desiree Dolron Happily Ever Cadaver (2013) — Grave Robbin’ Sam Hardy-har-har… Paintings like Felix Vallotton’s “Le Cadavre” (1894) are important in the history of […]